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LOCA

Abbreviation for low osmolar contrast agent.
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La significacion que proyecta la Loca se construye a partir de su discurso femenino y de su conducta que se opone al genero masculino tradicional.
He's also remodeled Loca Luna, which is marking its 20th anniversary, inside and out.
La Loca dreams of a perfect body: "Cuando veia a los modelos de International Male, se decia: 'asi mismito quiero tener mi cuerpo,' y se apretaba las nalgas y los chichos" (Lozada 2006: 53).
It's all set against a Caribbean beat -- the song is a cover of the track Loca Con Su Tiguere by Dominican rapper El Cato, so that merengue-inspired vibe is no surprise.
No obstante, los anos formativos de La Loca del Frente eran tristes y traumaticos.
On one level he presents the loca as a symbol of liberatory possibility.
Born in the Congo (of Angolan descent), this singer/composer formed his band Makina Loca in 1990 with the help of Cuban singer/composer/multi-instrumentalist Jesus A.
The field processing team followed the LOCA team to carry out a chronotype analysis of the artifacts.
Un solo caso de la vaca loca en Estados Unidos recientemente saco a la luz lo poco eficientes que pueden ser las identificaciones externas que cuelgan de las orejas de las reses.
Drawn 19 of 19 and allowed to go off at odds of 16-1 following an odds-on failure in her trial, Rumba Loca enjoyed a charmed run throughout the Group 2 Premio Regina Elena.
We are bought off, bought in, assimilated, living ma vida en rose loca in white, affluent, gay-ted communities with our very own gay cable channels.
Ahora espera ganarse el favor de otro grupo verde: carnivoros hartos de la vaca loca y otras enfermedades del ganado.